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World Wide Seismic Event...

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posted on Jul, 11 2003 @ 12:38 PM
Several earthquakes today on the EMSC site...

but look at this one!

2003/07/10 19:54:57.0 38.7N 70.6E Ml7.4 A: NNC AFGHANISTAN-TAJIKISTAN BDR REG

And the HAARP has just gone offscale low for the second time today. And we're still in a solar storm...


posted on Jul, 11 2003 @ 12:38 PM
IRIS is showing 3 active quakes

Mag 4.4 in Costa Rica

Mag 4.1 in the Tonga Islands

Mag 5.6 in Negros Phillipine Islands

HAARP kicked in the afterburners today... I would expect this coming Sunday/Monday to be very active if this is correct.

USGS shows a GOOD sized quake in or around China about 3 hours ago... This is not reflected on IRIS.

AURORA OUTLOOK: Sky watchers should be alert for auroras after nightfall on July 11th when Earth is expected to encounter a solar wind stream flowing from a coronal hole on the sun. The best observing sites will be at high latitudes: e.g., southern parts of Australia and New Zealand, Canada, and northern US states like Wisconsin and Michigan. Right: On July 2nd, Chris Gray of Manitoba, Canada, took this extraordinary picture of a summer lightning storm beneath a curtain of Northern Lights.

Is HAARP spooling up to take advantage of this???

posted on Jul, 11 2003 @ 10:17 PM
thanx 29MV29 that hasnt been posted before, didnt read it properly cause i wont have the patience to make a ELF radar lol but i did read how to read some devices.

Im surprised HARRP sure is kicking in hard and so are alot of the other sites, its been a while. According to my methods its a real trace too.. i wonder if anyhting weired happend yest

posted on Jul, 11 2003 @ 10:28 PM
HAARP is really kicking.... this is not normal or good...

Check out he magnetometer chain... I have a feeling the big boy is pumping for all its worth...

IRIS showing 5 quakes...

Mag 4.3 at Rividio Gregido Islands

Mag 4.6 off west coast of Central America

Mag 4.4 off west coast of Guatemala

Mag 5.6 Negros Phillipines

Mag 4.7 in Banda Sea

Good sized shake registered at 14:00 GMT worldwide...

Current geomagnetic storm,

KP, electron flux, and magnetometer all going nuts...

posted on Jul, 12 2003 @ 01:16 AM
HARRP might be going sick but it seemes it causes more damage when it spikes for peoples mental conditions... for weather and seismic activty we gonna cop allot by look of it and i think it started yesterday

Tropical Storm Claudette slipped into the southern Gulf of Mexico Friday afternoon, where forecasters said it could begin to strengthen for a possible run at the U.S. Gulf Coast.

posted on Jul, 12 2003 @ 09:49 AM

Look at the HAARP's going frickin epileptic.

posted on Jul, 12 2003 @ 10:05 AM
Approximate Flare Start : 12-07-2003 1214 UT
Approximate Flare Maximum: 12-07-2003 1224 UT at Flux C 0.6
Approximate Flare End : 12-07-2003 1224 UT
Approximate Flare Start : 10-07-2003 1359 UT
Approximate Flare Maximum: 10-07-2003 1414 UT at Flux M 3.5
Approximate Flare End : 10-07-2003 1429 UT

Approximate Flare Start : 09-07-2003 2234 UT
Approximate Flare Maximum: 09-07-2003 2239 UT at Flux M 2.0
Approximate Flare End : 09-07-2003 2249 UT

posted on Jul, 12 2003 @ 10:14 PM
HAARP is currently chilling out for the last 12 hours or so. Before that time, the entire magnetometer chain was really kicking, indicating a MASSIVE broadcast regime. Currently, according to the Gakona trace at least, it looks to be starting to spool up for another massive broadcast.

Now, what is very interesting when looking at the magnetometer chain is that all traces have been relatively calm in the past 12 hours except for Resolute Bay... which is the northern most magnetometer, possibly located close to the Poker Flats facility that Tut mentioned????

IRIS currently only showing one quake, a 5.7 off the Queen Charlotte Islands

12th July 2003 01:54 UTAH 3.7 M 9.0 (N/A ) SLC
23:01 SOUTHEASTERN ALASKA 5.7 M 10.0 (Good)

The 5.7 off of the coast of Alaska was reported worldwide...

Currently in an M Class flare and geomagnetic storm (as I mentioned earlier, it looks like Gakona is spooling up for another broadcast...)

AURORAS: Earth is inside a solar wind stream flowing from a coronal hole on the sun. When our planet entered the stream on July 12th a moderately strong geomagnetic storm began and persisted for nearly 9 hours. In spite of the glare from a nearly-full moon, sky watchers saw auroras over Canada and some northern US states like Minnesotra and Wisconsin.

posted on Jul, 13 2003 @ 10:49 AM
New earthquake site, looks pretty good...

D a t e Time (UTC) Location Dep Magni. T AGY R e g i o n HHMM

13Jul2003 08:02:55.8 35.8N 93.0E 33 mb=3.6 M GSR QINGHAI, CHINA 0937

13Jul2003 07:25:36.7 22.3S 68.5W 33 mb=5.2 A*EMS NORTHERN CHILE 1034
13Jul2003 07:25:36.4 22.8S 69.1W 33 MS=4.3 M*GSR NORTHERN CHILE 0915
13Jul2003 07:25:34.7 21.5S 68.9W 0 mb=5.4 M*MAD CHILE-BOLIVIA BORDER REGIO0808

13Jul2003 06:13:48.3 58.4N 31.9W 33 mb=4.5 A*EMS NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN 0919
13Jul2003 06:13:49.6 58.5N 32.2W 33 mb=4.5 M*GSR NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN 0726
13Jul2003 06:13:54.9 57.3N 31.2W 0 mb=4.8 M*MAD NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN 0702

13Jul2003 04:17:26.7 7.7S 130.9E 33 mb=5.0 M GSR TANIMBAR ISLANDS REG., IND0518

13Jul2003 01:48:21.7 38.3N 39.0E 10 MW=6.0 M*EMS TURKEY 0801
13Jul2003 01:48:30.7 38.2N 38.6E 10 ML=5.5 M*ISR TURKEY 0419
13Jul2003 01:48:27.1 38.6N 39.0E 33 MS=5.1 M*GSR TURKEY 0259
13Jul2003 01:48:25.1 38.3N 39.0E 40 mb=5.6 M*EMS TURKEY 0235
13Jul2003 01:48:09.9 38.7N 41.0E 0 mb=5.3 M*MAD TURKEY 0230

13Jul2003 01:16:12.6 29.7N 54.9E100 mb=3.8 M GSR SOUTHERN IRAN 0257

And it would appear we are already having a very active day...

HAARP is quiet, but check out the rest of the magnetometer chains...

Yellow Knife had a good deal of activity last night...

IRIS only showing 1 quake in Alaska

Compared to Red Puma...

USGS showing a good worldwide event 13 hours ago, but nothing since...

Still currently in an M Class Flare, but the geomagnetic storm has apparently died down...

posted on Jul, 13 2003 @ 10:52 AM
I found this to be rather interesting as well...

Total Solar Irradiance (TSI) is the radiant energy received by the Earth from the sun, over all wavelengths, outside the atmosphere. TSI interaction with the Earth's atmosphere,oceans and landmasses is the biggest factor determining our climate.

The accurate long-term dataset, therefore, shows a significant positive trend (.05 percent per decade) in TSI between the solar minima of solar cycles 21 to 23 (1978 to present). This major finding may help climatologists to distinguish between solar and man-made influences on climate.

The solar cycle occurs approximately every 11 years when the sun undergoes a period of increased magnetic and sunspot activity called the "solar maximum," followed by a quiet period called the "solar minimum."


Since the late 1970s, the amount of solar radiation the sun emits, during times of quiet sunspot activity, has increased by nearly .05 percent per decade, according to a NASA funded study.

"This trend is important because, if sustained over many decades, it could cause significant climate change," said Richard Willson, a researcher affiliated with NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies and Columbia University's Earth Institute, New York. He is the lead author of the study recently published in Geophysical Research Letters.

Image 2

"Historical records of solar activity indicate that solar radiation has been increasing since the late 19th century. If a trend, comparable to the one found in this study, persisted throughout the 20th century, it would have provided a significant component of the global warming the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change reports to have occurred over the past 100 years," he said.

posted on Jul, 13 2003 @ 11:35 PM
HAARP is starting to crank back up tonight... it is more evident at Yellow Knife than anywhere else (indeed, Gakona is the quietest of the bunch)

IRIS only showing one quake, a mag 5.2 in El Salvador.

USGS not showing anything significant...

No current solar flare activity, and stable geomagnetic field...

WISCONSIN AURORAS: A strong geomagnetic storm erupted on July 12th when Earth entered a high-speed solar wind stream flowing from a coronal hole on the sun. "We were treated to an extraordinary show of Northern Lights," reports Craig Hill of Bangor, Wisconsin. "The lights were dancing wildly for about

posted on Jul, 14 2003 @ 01:14 AM
Hmmm anyone notice resolute bay seems like its transmitions have an echo?? I think Banshee or Val mentiond this a while ago about Ganoka but i jsut noticed.... its been doing it for a long time at Resolute bay, did any get Spec's on Resolute Bay facility?

posted on Jul, 14 2003 @ 01:53 AM

take a read i think its an important place to observe

posted on Jul, 14 2003 @ 05:36 AM
Resolute Bay always seems to act different than the other traces. In fact, there have only been a couple of times I can think of that I have noticed it being in sync with the rest of the magnetometers. Most the time, it seems like it is almost the negative of the others.

posted on Jul, 14 2003 @ 07:46 AM
yea i mentiond that a cuple of times it seems to fill the gaps between the flat line of other sites i posted a pic up other day take a look its been highlighted

Anywayz bak to finger push ups gotta be fit lol

posted on Jul, 14 2003 @ 01:36 PM
A magnitude 5.5 earthquake IN EASTERN TURKEY has occurred at:
38.35N 38.88E Depth 10km Sun Jul 13 01:48:22 2003 UTC

A magnitude 4.7 earthquake IN CENTRAL ALASKA has occurred at:
63.50N 147.20W Depth 7km Mon Jul 14 15:50:48 2003 UTC

posted on Jul, 14 2003 @ 05:19 PM
If indeed there is another facility further north than Gakona, Resolute Bay is likely the closest monitoring facility, as it is the one located further north... Maybe they are changing what Gakona does as a decoy???

posted on Jul, 14 2003 @ 07:20 PM
Welcome to
The Seismic Window of July 10-17, 2003 is based upon the Full Moon on July 13th, a moderately close perigee 0f 226,763 miles on July 11th(within 69 hours of syzygy), and the second highest tides of the year until November. The tidal range at the Golden Gate will be 8.5 feet on July 13th and 15.7 feet in the Puget Sound on July 13th and 14th. Such a shift of water load in a six-hour period creates a rapid strain rate in the crust with a heightened probability of earthquake activity, just as we have seen in May and June.
I predict with 80% confidence that the Seismic Window of July 10-17, 2003 will produce one or more quakes in each area with the following criteria:

1. At least one 3.5-6.0M within 140 miles (2-degrees) of Mt. Diablo (38N; 122W)
2. At least one 3.5-6.0M within 140 miles of Los Angeles. (34N; 116W)
3. At least one 3.0-5.5M within OR, WA.
4. At least one 7+M globally, probably in the Pacific Ring of Fire, where 80% of the strongest quakes occur.

posted on Jul, 14 2003 @ 10:26 PM
Just checked the IRIS page for the first time in a while, and a it looks like there have been quite a few recent quakes. One in Indonesia and Tonga. The other's have already been mentioned. One was a 5.3 the other a 4.8.

posted on Jul, 14 2003 @ 10:26 PM
I like that board too

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